Kalroy Was Here

Eighth man from Adam, an artificer of metals

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Book In

"From Sun Tzu to XBox" came in. Just started reading it. Gonna be a hard sell, considering my background, interests, and mad Halo skillz. :)

It's starting off well.

Kalroy

Thursday, June 08, 2006

From Sun Tzu to Xbox

Gamer Andy is still my favorite gaming site, but this one is interesting. Don't know if it'll be around after the book's been out for a while but I'm liking it so far.

Kalroy

Monday, June 05, 2006

Power Line: The Post Discovers Taxes

Power Line: The Post Discovers Taxes

One thing, in addition to the taxes dodged by illegals (and legals to a much lesser extent) by working off the record, illegals work on the record by stealing people's SSN and then either claiming married/9 or exempt. In both examples they pay zero taxes and in the second instance Americans get letters from the IRS wanting back taxes for the year they spent in California using the alias Juan Hernandez. The study calculates that 45% of illegals work off the books and don't pay American taxes in exchange for American opportunities. It does NOT include the number of illegals stealing the identities of Americans and not paying taxes.

I don't know how many of the remaining 55% of illegals use identity theft to work in America but it's enough that my wife got clipped twice in the same year for working with a male spanish name in Texas and for working with a different male spanish name in New Mexico. At the same time.

So I believe a far greater number of illegals fail to pay taxes or purposefully avoid paying taxes. Add that to the huge debt Americans incur for services that illegals steal every year. Add that to the millions upon millions that illegals remove from America's economy, money that will not help make jobs in America, money that will not help America, money that was illicitly made by people who start out with so little regard for America that they refuse to obey America's laws. It's no wonder that they refuse to pay taxes since they begin their career flaunting America's laws, traditions, sovereignty and desires.

Kalroy

OpinionJournal - John Fund on the Trail

OMFG, these people piss me off. I understand why the big push. Backlash against the attacks on the Kamehameha Schools is part of the problem, and now backlash against OHA being forced to allow non-hawaiians to participate in the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. On that, however, even Kam school had non-hawaiians running the trust and the school and teaching, but for the benefit of the aborigine children. But this is silly. I think it's unfortunate that the federal court could rule how someone could use their own personal money with regards to whom it benefits, and the OHA decision is whack, because there is no problem with this kind of thing in regards to hispanics, blacks, and indians; and only indians are in the same smacked down category as the hawaiians.

OpinionJournal - John Fund on the Trail

Thursday, June 01, 2006

Dunkin' Donuts Pro-America

Michelle Malkin: I SUPPORT DUNKIN' DONUTS...

Looks like I'll be hitting Dunkin' Donuts more often and excluding any other donut place. Well, I may except the one little local one in Mojave.

Kalroy